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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Software development is tedious and complicated process. The process and product market in the software development costs lot of time, money and productivity is very crucial. Software development is following object oriented approach where software components can be reused. Software components that can be reused will effects the productivity of the development process. Software reuse is promising approaches for increasing productivity. Productivity, quality and reliability these are the main criteria in evaluating the software which get improved via reusability. Software reusability reduces the development cost, testing cost and implementation cost. Cost component in downstream process get reduced via reusability and quality of the software product and process get improved. Reusability involves adjustments to process, and the adoption of new technologies which may emerge after the existing software. Reusability is very critical decision in the software because some time reusability
requires more effort than building new product or process. It is very critical decision to make when to reuse and when to build. In this paper effort are made to identify the financial evidence of the benefits of reuse. This paper involves an exhaustive study on comparison of economic models of software reusability, their benefits and drawbacks.

Keywords :

: Computer Science, Software Systems, Software Development .

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